cold saw


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cold saw

[′kōld ‚sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
Any saw for cutting cold metal, as opposed to a hot saw.
A disk made of soft steel or iron which rotates at a speed such that a point on its edge has a tangential velocity of about 15,000 feet per minute (75 meters per second), and which grinds metal by friction.

cold saw

A saw for cutting metal at ordinary room temperatures, as a metal-cutting circular saw.
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provides an automatic version of its miter-cutting cold saw, the VSA 16-5.
The FHC-350 CNC cold saw can accept bar feeding lengths up to 27 1/2" for single stroke and up to 55" with indexes.
For our Kaltenbach circular cold saw, we bought the length-measuring conveyor with the machine because it's an integral part of the design," says John Wood, a principal of 80/20.
Model C370SA cold saw features infinitely variable blade speed control from 13 to 76 rpm for flexibility in sawing the toughest materials.
I can still mill it and do all kinds of things to get better finishes but I now can produce an acceptable finish with a cold saw on aluminum parts.
Most models employ the WA-140-CNC circular cold saw with either carbide-tipped or HSS segmental saw blades.
Cold saw blades with teeth cut directly on the periphery of the disk may be made of high-carbon or highspeed steel.
Heavy-duty Model C360SA semi-automatic vertical column cold saw for production sawing offers a design that ensures vibration-free sawing with operation-friendly controls.
The HCS 70 Behringer Eisele Carbide circular cold saw cuts materials in the range up to 2.
The Kalamazoo Machine Tool Model C37OSA cold saw features an indefinitely variable blade speed control from 13-76 rpm, providing the ability to fine-tune the settings for sawing even the most difficult materials.
Tenders are invited for Vice For 45 Inch Cold Saw, Drg.